[CentOS] Best Motherboard

Thu May 15 15:05:05 UTC 2008
Rudi Ahlers <Rudi at SoftDux.com>

Karanbir Singh wrote:
> Rudi Ahlers wrote:
>> What about Dell or HP server moderboards?
> Dell - only use when you cant really afford anything else.
> HP - good stuff, hangs around forever and they usually have good 
> functional support people.
> IBM - good stuff, but depending on the vendor you get, support is a 
> bit of a lottery.
> for homebrew kit - Tyan has some good kit, cluefull support guys ( you 
> can normally get all the way down to the BIOS development team to work 
> out issues if you need it ). SuperMicro used to be good, they seem to 
> suffer from massive quality issues these days ever since they started 
> getting into the commodity markets.
> Just my 2bits
> - KB
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SuperMicro isn't really available in our country, and everone uses 
either Dell or HP. I prefer Gigabyte, and have never had any problems 
with it on the entry level server side. For dual CPU systems I use Intel 
with good results as well


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